This lesson introduces the concept of perfect timing, what it is, if it is even possible, and the goals of developing perfect timing.
How do top teams with incredibly fast dogs still manage to run consistently? How do those handlers always seem to give signals with perfect timing, yet have less time to do it in? You can do it too, but only if you focus on the correct skills. This course will teach you how to vastly improve your timing and run like a rock star!
In this lesson, you will learn why your dog's commitment is so important to your ability to have good timing, and some drills to test and improve his commitment.
This lesson concentrates on recognizing when your dog has committed to an obstacle.
This lesson teaches you to react to what you see once you have recognized your dog's intent.
This lesson discusses understanding your dog and does a short analysis of your dog's skills.
This lesson makes you think about your handling cues and making them automatic.
This lesson helps you start to evaluate what handling moves you will be able to make it to.
This lesson teaches you to make decisive handling decisions and run without hesitation.
This lesson helps you understand how to be earlier, what is 'too early' and what the appropriate amount of 'early' is for your dog.
This lesson deals with recognizing where the actual problem is starting versus just dealing with the symptoms and fall out.
This lesson is on the keys to getting it right the first time! Which is an important element of performance!
This lesson talks about the elements required to train to run with flow and trust.